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1 Sujets du bac 2014 corrigés Thématique : Mythes et héros Sujet 1 : Dreams and ambitions Pondichéry, LV1, séries générales Thématique : Espaces et échanges Sujet 2 : Sea voyage Métropole, LV1, séries générales Thématique : Lieux et formes de pouvoir Sujet 3 : Native Americans Polynésie, LV2, séries générales Thématique : L idée de progrès Sujet 4 : Successful women and men Métropole, LV2, séries technologiques _sujetsBac_2014.indd 1 20/08/ :28

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9 Corrigé du sujet 1 Compréhension écrite Document A 1. a. The main character is called Lorcan and is now 37. His parents own land. They are farmers and pub owners and wanted him to take over. However he did not want to and returned to Belfast to become an artist, a painter. At 37, he restored great paintings at the Ulster Museum. b. His father is dead. His mother owns a farm, farm land and a pub, the Crowing Cock pub in Tailorstown. 2. The crowing Cock pub is the pub his mother owns and where he should have been working. It is in Tailorstown. Belfast is where he probably studied and where he returned later to work. The Ulster Museum is where Lorcan is working. (42 words.) 3. a. Lorcan s dreams and ambitions are to become a painter and to use his imagination to the full whereas his mother would have loved him to stay with her tending the bar and farming. (33 words.) b. Lorcan had to disappoint his mother, to insist for her to accept his decision. Then he made sure someone else would help his mother, thus he rented the land out to local farmers and hired a bartender. 4. a. Lorcan s job consists in restoring the paintings of famous artists such as Reynolds. Lines 19 & 20: These days, instead of toiling over his own canvasses, he bent over the work of others. b. Lorcan wanted to be a painter ( he d pursued a career as a painter on line 14) but is only restoring great works of art so he is not bitter ( Not that he was bitter on line 20) although this cannot seem prestigious. However, this type of work is also fulfilling and lucrative work. (53 words including quotes). Document B 5. a. The two main characters are the narrator, Jim, a published writer and Adam Walker, a former friend of his when they were young. b. They last met 38 years before Jim received the package. c. They are both writers. 6. Adam Walker has written the letter to ask Jim for a meeting: he needs help to finish his book. 7. He is doubtful about his ability to finish writing his book. He is also scared of not being able to finish it. 8. a. The narrator had imagined that he would become a famous writer and that he would find his books in bookshops or his articles in magazines. b. He must be a famous author as Adam knows about his books. 1 Mythes et héros 9corrigés contrôles exercices résumé de cours _sujetsBac_2014.indd 9 20/08/ :28

10 Documents A and B 9. I would rather identify him with Adam as he has tried to follow his dreams and ambitions but has not completely managed to do so yet. He restores paintings instead of painting while Adam has started writing a book which he is so far unable to finish. (47 words) 10. Jim is different from the other male characters insofar as he is successful and is not doubtful about his success and career. 11. In both documents writing and painting are indeed viewed as art forms that provide a means of self-expression. It is shown clearly in the following quotes: Document A: I have an imagination. (line 2) Strictly speaking, only artists have imagination, and I can t afford mine to be stifled. This is not me. (lines 5 and 6) Document B: a still-not-finished draft of the first chapter of a book I m trying to write (line 21): writing is a process in which you give so much of yourself, in which you want to express yourself in the best possible way. (lines 21-22) I want to go on with it but seem to have hit a wall of struggle and uncertainty (lines 22-23) Expression écrite Sujet 1 Today, on social networks we create our own portraits and profiles. To what extent do they reflect reality (300 words). Today, most teenagers and young adults have created their profiles on one of the social networks at least once. To what extent do they reflect reality? Can they reflect reality? Do they need to reflect reality? Most teenagers have Twitter or Facebook accounts as well as numerous other social network accounts where they publish pictures, videos, comments or links and anything they feel like posting and sharing with their loved ones and their friends. But to what extent do their profiles reflect reality? On the one hand, creating a profile (yours or even someone else s) can only be a subjective process. Whenever anything is published, a conscious or even unconscious level of censorship is involved. Some information is left out either because it is embarrassing or uninteresting. It does not show any unusual or interesting stance on life and it would be pointless to publish it. Similarly, some students will love to share silly pictures of themselves which will not be representative of their true self. All they want is to impress their friends. They do not think about the future consequences but about their popularity at school. 10 Sujets du bac 2014 corrigés _sujetsBac_2014.indd 10 20/08/ :28

11 Most profiles are either part of the person s personality (only what allows them to be seen in a good light. Why should we share embarrassing information about ourselves? Why should we publish inappropriate photographs of ourselves when we can select those we post among dozens? Why should we share silly facts about ourselves when we can sound/look interesting, cultured, clever?) or deliberate lies in order to seem better than we actually are. Sometimes, these profiles are just a collection of facts, pictures and videos which are quite unrelated to each other and which are added when the person has time and thinks about doing it with no link whatsoever and with blanks between events. In that case, there is no desire to edit one s real life: it is just disinterest in the means of sharing one s life. What can be construed from such incomplete profiles? And more importantly, is it so important that social networks should reflect reality? 341 words. Sujet 2 a. Dear Tom, I m in urgent need of help, I was wondering if you would accept to meet me to discuss my problem. I know we have not seen each other for five years but I am sure you remember how strong our friendship was. I have followed your career as you became more and more important in the computer science domain and I am so proud of your success! I have also been planning to study ICT at university and have tried to create my first video game. It is only a first draft of the game but is fully working. I doubt it is good enough and need your professional advice to keep working on it and ultimately have it produced when it is ready. I am visiting Denver next weekend and could visit you if you agree to meet me and help me get on with my project. I am looking forward to hearing from you. Kind regards, Lee 160 words. b. Only artists have imagination. Of course Lorcan was young, petulant and unrepentant and as many young people do, he had very clear-cut opinions. But can we really state that only artists have imagination? It would seem that you cannot become an artist if you do not have any imagination because you keep creating. For instance when you play jazz, you have to improvise on the spot during the concert. For instance, Charlie Parker revolutionized jazz and was very imaginative. corrigés contrôles exercices résumé de cours 1 Mythes et héros _sujetsBac_2014.indd 11 20/08/ :28

12 Lorcan is highly imaginative and an artist, nonetheless, he can only use it when he toils on his own canvasses, not when he works on other artists works and he regrets that, especially when he cannot improve the portrait of the Countess. Jim, the narrator of the second document, is a renowned writer and obviously needs imagination. Yet, his friend Adam seems to lack imagination as he only writes non-fiction and is only able to write the draft of one chapter. We can wonder if some concert artists who content themselves with interpreting famous and renowned music are imaginative. To what extent can we say that they need imagination? Of course, a good interpreter needs to feel what he is playing. His rendering is moving, original and personal. To conclude, I do believe that of course you need to be highly imaginative to become an artist to some extent and with some exceptions, especially when you create art, but it would be a somewhat dull world if only artists had an imaginative mind! 251 words. Sujet 3 Can art be fulfilling and lucrative? This question is interesting as these two adjectives can seem contradictory. Let us illustrate our different points with examples. Art can be fulfilling but not lucrative. Even world-famous painters, and artists who changed the world with their vision, such as Modigliani, lived in utter poverty. Art can also be fulfilling and lucrative. Quite a few famous people were renowned even when they were alive. Le Corbusier, a famous architect, or Picasso, were famous and wealthy. One day, Picasso went to a restaurant with some of his friends and he did not have any money with him, so when it was time to pay the bill, he drew something on the paper tablecloth. The restaurant owner arrived and he asked him: Won t you sign it Mr Picasso? and Picasso answered: I m paying for the meal, not for the whole restaurant! But of course it can be quite lucrative and not fulfilling at all. For instance, some painters, or writers, may need to make money and have to adapt to people s tastes, and to what is being actually bought. This is extremely difficult for them as they do not treasure what they do. They do not create, they duplicate, and they do something they do not believe in. It is particularly true nowadays. One of my aunts is a potter, one of my uncles is a painter and both have to adapt to what people want to buy to be able to live from their art. We can add to that list Lorcan and all the artists who restore works of art and do not live from their own art. He says he is not bitter but it does not seem to 12 Sujets du bac 2014 corrigés _sujetsBac_2014.indd 12 20/08/ :28

13 be true. It is likely he does not want to confront his own feelings. They must be too painful to be shared. To conclude, there is no set answer to this question. All kinds of combinations are possible. 319 words. Sujet 4 Choosing one s future job amounts to choosing one s life. So much of it is spent working that it is of the utmost importance we enjoy it thoroughly and go to work happily and expectantly How far would I go to fulfil my dream? That is an excellent question and it is hard to answer but it is interesting to ponder over it and try and figure out what I would be ready to do. Lorcan went very far. He did everything he could to fulfil his dream even if he did not exactly reach it. He left his family, and managed to avoid being caught up in the family businesses even if it meant breaking his mother s heart. He remained strong and pursued the career he had chosen because he had a lot of imagination and wanted to become a painter. As for me, I would like to become a vet. This will be very hard and will mean that I will have to concentrate on extremely hard studies instead of relaxing and enjoying time with my friends on Saturday nights for instance. I will have to focus on my goal and keep in mind that it is my passion and that it is worth all the sacrifices I will have to accept. It also means I will have to leave my family and I might have to leave my country but I am ready to do anything I need to do to fulfil my dream. To conclude, I would go as far as possible to fulfil my dream because my whole life and my happiness depend on it. 265 words. résumé de cours exercices contrôles corrigés 1 Mythes et héros _sujetsBac_2014.indd 13 20/08/ :28

14 2 Espaces et échanges Sujet 2 BACCALAURÉAT GÉNÉRAL SESSION ANGLAIS MERCREDI 18 JUIN LANGUE VIVANTE 1 2 Série L Durée de l épreuve : 3 heures coefficient : 4 Série L Langue Vivante Approfondie (LVA) Durée de l épreuve : 3 heures coefficient : 4 Séries ES-S Durée de l épreuve : 3 heures coefficient : 3 2 L'usage des calculatrices électroniques et du dictionnaire est interdit. Dès que ce sujet vous est remis, assurez-vous qu'il est complet. Ce sujet comporte 6 pages numérotées de 1/6 à 6/6. Répartition des points Compréhension de l écrit Expression écrite 10 points 10 points 14 Sujets du bac 2014 corrigés 14ANV1ME1 Page : 1/ _sujetsBac_2014.indd 14 20/08/ :28

15 Lisez les documents A et B Document A [The narrator recalls his sea voyage to England as a child.] His name was Mr Fonseka and he was travelling to England to be a teacher, I would visit him every few days. He knew passages from all kinds of books he could recite by heart, and he sat at his desk all day wondering about them, thinking what he could say about them. I knew scarcely a thing about the world of literature, but he welcomed me with unusual and interesting stories, stopping abruptly in mid-tale and saying that someday I should find out what happened after that. You will like it I think. Perhaps he will find the eagle. Or, They will escape the maze with the help of someone they are about to meet... Often, during the night, while stalking the adult world with Ramadhin and Cassius, I d attempt to add to the bare bones of an adventure Mr Fonseka had left unfinished. [...] I tried to coax him up on deck a few times, but his porthole and what he could see through it seemed enough nature for him. With his books [...] as well as a few family photographs, he had no need to leave his time capsule. I would visit that smoky room if the day was dull, and he would at some point begin reading to me. It was the anonymity of the stories and the poems that went deepest into me. And the curl of a rhyme was something new. I had not thought to believe he was actually quoting something written with care, in some far country, centuries earlier. He had lived in Colombo 1 all his life, and his manner and accent were a product of the island, but at the same time he had this wide-ranging knowledge of books. He d sing a song from the Azores or recite lines from an Irish play. I brought Cassius and Ramadhin to meet him. He had become curious about them, and he made me tell him of our adventures on the ship. He beguiled 2 them as well, especially Ramadhin. Mr Fonseka seemed to draw forth an assurance or a calming quality from the books he read. [...] Mr. Fonseka would not be a wealthy man. And it would be a spare life 3 he would be certain to lead as a schoolteacher in some urban location. But he had a serenity that came with the choice of the life he wanted to live. And this serenity and certainty I have seen only among those who have the armour of books close by. Michael Ondaatje, The Cat s Table, 2011 exercices résumé de cours contrôles 1 Colombo : capital of Sri Lanka (formerly Ceylon) 2 beguiled = charmed 3 a spare life = a simple life 14ANV1ME1 Page : 2/6 corrigés 2 Espaces et échanges _sujetsBac_2014.indd 15 20/08/ :28

16 Document B Together they focused on the film. Pembe watched The Kid with wide-open eyes, the look of surprise on her countenance deepening with each scene. When Chaplin found an abandoned baby in a rubbish bin, and raised him like his own son, she smiled with appreciation. When the child flung stones at the neighbours windows so that the tramp disguised as a glazier could fix them and earn some money, she chuckled. When social services took the boy away, her eyes welled up with tears. And, finally, as father and son were reunited, her face lit up with contentment, and a trace of something that Elias took to be melancholy. So absorbed did she seem in the film that he felt a twinge of resentment. What a funny thing it was to be jealous of Charlie Chaplin. Elias observed her as she unpinned her hair, and then pinned it back. He caught a whiff of jasmine and rose, a heady, charming mixture. Only minutes before the film came to an end, he found the nerve to reach out for her fingers, feeling like a teenager on his first date. To his relief, she didn t move her hand away. They sat still two sculptures carved out of the dark, both scared of making a move that would disrupt the tenderness of the moment. When the lights came back on, it took them a few seconds to grow accustomed to real life. Quickly, he took out a notepad and wrote down the name of another cinema in another part of the town. Next week, same day, same time, will you come? Yes, she faltered. Before he d found a chance to say anything else, Pembe leaped to her feet and headed towards the exit, running away from him and everything that had taken place between them, or would have taken place, had they been different people. She held in her palm the name of the place they were to meet next time, grasping it tightly, as if it were the key to a magic world, a key she would use right now were it in her power to decide. And so it began. They started to meet every Friday at the same time, and occasionally on other afternoons. They frequented the Phoenix more than any other place, but they also met at several other cinemas, all far-away from their home, all unpopular. [...] In time he found out more things about her, pieces of a jigsaw puzzle that he would complete only long after she had gone. [...] Slowly he was beginning to make sense of the situation. This unfathomable, almost enigmatic attraction that he felt for her, a woman so alien to the life he had led, was like a childhood memory coming back. Elif Shafak, Honour, ANV1ME1 Page : 3/6 16 Sujets du bac 2014 corrigés _sujetsBac_2014.indd 16 20/08/ :28

17 NOTE AUX CANDIDATS Les candidats traiteront le sujet sur la copie qui leur sera fournie et veilleront à : - respecter l ordre des questions et reporter les repères sur la copie (lettre ou lettre et numéro ou lettre, numéro et lettre). Exemples : A. ou A.1. ou A.1.a. ; - faire toujours suivre les citations du numéro de la ligne ; - recopier les phrases à compléter en soulignant l élément introduit. résumé de cours Répondez en anglais aux questions COMPRÉHENSION DE L ÉCRIT Document A Tous les candidats traiteront les questions suivantes. A. Pick out three of Mr Fonseka s activities during the voyage. Say what they have in common. Justify with at least three quotations. exercices B. Which four adjectives best correspond to Mr Fonseka s personality? Justify each with a quotation from the text. KIND - SELFISH CAPTIVATING PEDANTIC SERENE KNOWLEDGEABLE BORING SELF- CENTRED C. Why does the narrator visit Mr Fonseka? Choose the two statements that are correct and justify with a quotation for each. 1. They know the same authors. 2. Mr Fonseka is teaching him to read. 3. Mr Fonseka s stories fascinate him. 4. Mr Fonseka is interested in the narrator s life. contrôles D. Say whether the following statement is Right or Wrong. Mr Fonseka s goal is likely to have a prestigious career. Justify your answer with two quotations. 14ANV1ME1 Page : 4/6 corrigés 2 Espaces et échanges _sujetsBac_2014.indd 17 20/08/ :28

18 Document B Tous les candidats traiteront les questions suivantes. E. What do the two characters do together? Why? Give three reasons using your own words. F. Together they focused on the film. (l. 1) Explain briefly why this sentence is not equally true for both characters. G. to his relief, she didn t move her hand away. (l.12-13) Pembe leaped to her feet and headed towards the exit running from him (l.19-20) Explain in a few words the change in the woman s attitude. H. What does Elias like about Pembe? Choose the two statements that are correct and justify your choice with quotations from the text. 1. She is attractive. 2. She is assertive. 3. She is different from him. 4. She is funny. I. they also met at several other cinemas, all far-away from their homes, all unpopular. (l ) Why do you think they choose places that are distant from their homes? Answer briefly in your own words. Documents A and B Tous les candidats traiteront la question suivante. J. What do the characters relationships have in common in both documents? Give three elements. Seuls les candidats des séries S et ES et ceux de la série L qui ne composent pas au titre de la LVA (Langue vivante approfondie) traiteront la question suivante. K. Show how in both documents each of the characters has something to offer to the other(s). 14ANV1ME1 Page : 5/6 18 Sujets du bac 2014 corrigés _sujetsBac_2014.indd 18 20/08/ :28

19 Seuls les candidats composant au titre de la LVA (Langue vivante approfondie) traiteront la question L. L. 1. In each document what differences or obstacles could keep the characters apart? 2. What do the activities they share allow them to do? EXPRESSION ÉCRITE résumé de cours Tous les candidats traiteront la question suivante. Pembe writes in her diary about her special relationship with Elias. (150 mots au moins) Seuls les candidats des séries ES, S et L et ceux de la série L qui ne composent pas au titre de la LVA (Langue vivante approfondie) traiteront le sujet suivant. How can differences between people enrich their relationships? (150 mots au moins) exercices Seuls les candidats composant au titre de la LVA (Langue vivante approfondie) traiteront le sujet suivant. Art brings people together. Discuss. (150 mots au moins) contrôles 14ANV1ME1 Page : 6/6 corrigés 2 Espaces et échanges _sujetsBac_2014.indd 19 20/08/ :28

20 Corrigé du sujet 2 Compréhension écrite Document A A. During the voyage, Mr Fonseka kept wondering about books he knew, telling the narrator strange and unusual stories and listened to the stories the narrator told him about his two friends at his request. They all have the world of books and literature in common. * lines 2 and 3: He knew passages from all kinds of books he could recite by heart, and he sat at his desk all day wondering about them, thinking what he could say about them. * lines 4 to 6: ( ) he welcomed me with his unusual and interesting stories, stopping in mid-tale and saying that someday I would find out what happened after that. * lines 19 and 20: He had become curious about them, and he made me tell him of our adventures on the ship. B. Kind: lines 3 and 4: I knew scarcely a thing about the world of literature, but he welcomed me with unusual and interesting stories Captivating: line 4 unusual and interesting stories Serene: lines 23 to 24: But he had a serenity that came with the choice of the life he wanted to live. Knowledgeable: line 17 he had this wide-ranging knowledge of books. C. The narrator visits Mr Fonseka because 3. Mr Fonseka s stories fascinate him. lines 7 to 9: Often, during the night, while stalking the adult world with Ramadhin and Cassius, I d attempt to add to the bare bones of an adventure Mr Fonseka had left und=finished. 4. Mr Fonseka is interested in the narrator s life. lines 19 and 20: I brought Cassius and Ramadhin to meet him. He had become curious about them, and he made me tell him of our adventures on the ship. D. The following statement is wrong. Line 22: Mr Fonseka would not be a wealthy man. Lines 22 and 23: And it would be a spare life he would be certain to lead as a schoolteacher in some urban location. Document B E. The two characters meet at cinemas and watch films together for various reasons. Pembe loves films and is deeply moved by what is happening on the screen. Elias is attracted to Pembe and enjoys watching her, touching her and generally speaking spending time with her. They try and spend time together in cinemas because they are from different background and cannot think of other ways to meet. 20 Sujets du bac 2014 corrigés _sujetsBac_2014.indd 20 20/08/ :28

21 F. This sentence is not equally true for both characters as Elias is not as engrossed in the films as Pembe is. Indeed, he prefers watching her than watching the films. G. Pembe lives in two worlds: the real world in which she seems to be forbidden to meet Elias and the magic world of imagination and films in which she can escape and become a different person. H. 1. She is attractive. Lines 10 and 11 he caught a whiff of jasmine and rose, a heady, charming mixture. 3. She is different from him. Lines 29 and 30: a woman so alien to the life he led. I. They choose places that are distant from their homes because they cannot be seen together. We do not know why. They are likely to be from different religious and political backgrounds. They might be from different social classes. Documents A and B J. In both documents the characters relationships are very strong and based on their shared love for story-telling (literature and films). There is also an element of admiration. K. In both documents, each of the characters has something to offer to the other. The narrator provides a keen and enthusiastic audience for Mr Fonseka while Mr Fonseka shares his love of literature and his knowledge of books with the narrator and delights him with fascinating stories. Elias accompanies Pembe to the cinema whereas she allows him to dream and be in love with her. Her authentic reactions move him. L. 1. In document A the age difference is the major obstacle. Mr Fonseka is a grown man, an adult whereas the narrator is a boy. In document B, we do not know the reason why Elias describes Pembe as a woman so alien to the life he led. We can infer that she leads a very different life. We can only guess that they are from different social classes and religious backgrounds. résumé de cours exercices contrôles Expression écrite Sujet 1. Friday, April 20, Dear Diary, I have just come back from the cinema and am wondering about my relationship with Elias. Is it changing? So far, I have thought we were just unlikely friends, strangers united in our love for art and more specifically for story-telling and films. We have been meeting on Friday afternoons for one year in order to enjoy films together and all was fine except that we had to be careful not to be seen together and we always selected far-away cinemas. corrigés 2 Espaces et échanges _sujetsBac_2014.indd 21 20/08/ :28

22 Each time we watch films, I feel so close to the characters, I can imagine what they are going through and this allows me to learn so much about human nature and myself. I thought Elias felt the same way but he seems to be in love with me and this will not do. Our families will never allow such a match. I am the king s daughter after all and he is a scientist. I believe I have to end our friendship before someone finds out. 167 words. Sujet 2 How can differences between people enrich their relationships? This question is particularly important as it broaches on various ideas such as racism, learning from one another, sharing and collaborating to bring out the best in people. First and foremost, let us imagine a world in which everybody looked the same, had similar thoughts and wanted to be the same in all fields. I am afraid everybody would be bored all the time. What makes us so interesting to our friends, our acquaintances and to anybody are our differences. Indeed, we can mention examples such as knowledge: how could we discuss unusual and interesting topics if we all had the same background, if we had nothing to share? To top it all, most of us crave learning, knowledge and sharing with others: for that to work, we need to provide new information, diverse ideas and points of view to allow people to exchange and learn more about them and about themselves. 160 words. Sujet 3 Art is not language: it has to do with feelings and emotions. The way we respond to art depends on what we have lived, been through, and what we can see in a work of art and this varies according to our lives. Sharing our vision of a work of art, in museums or any place where art is to be found is something that is likely to happen because art is not something we keep to ourselves. People from all backgrounds, all countries, and all ages will meet and share emotions even if they cannot communicate because they do not speak the same language. Art transcends words. It is universal. Picasso used to say that you needed to go back to the emotions we felt as children to be able to express ourselves, which means getting rid of any ideology. Art is all about expressing oneself and understanding our nature. 22 Sujets du bac 2014 corrigés _sujetsBac_2014.indd 22 20/08/ :28

23 When people share emotions, for instance at a concert where people did not know each other before, this is art at its best. It is like a communion of spirits. Art is a passion and passions do bring us together. Passion is what really makes us share. It is impossible not to share what we feel passionate about. A concert, a book, a film, and a painting have no meaning without being shared. Art is bound to be about sharing and bringing people together. 231 words. corrigés résumé de cours contrôles exercices 2 Espaces et échanges _sujetsBac_2014.indd 23 20/08/ :28

24 3 Lieux et formes de pouvoir Sujet 3 BACCALAURÉAT GÉNÉRAL SESSION 2014 ANGLAIS LANGUE VIVANTE 2 Séries Générales Durée de lʼépreuve Série L: 3 heures Coefficient total des épreuves de L-LV2 : 4 Coefficient total des épreuves de LVA : 4 Durée de lʼépreuve Série ES/S: 2 heures Coefficient total des épreuves de LV2 : 2 Lʼusage de la calculatrice et du dictionnaire nʼest pas autorisé. Dès que ce sujet vous est remis, assurez-vous quʼil est complet. Ce sujet comporte 7 pages numérotées de 1/7 à 7/7. Compréhension Expression 10 points 10 points 24 Sujets du bac 2014 corrigés 14AN2GEPO1 1/ _sujetsBac_2014.indd 24 20/08/ :28

25 TEXT Chee pulled up beside him, rolled down his window. The object the man was swinging was a squat bottle, held by the neck. Yaaʼ eh tʼeeh! Chee shouted, the standard Navajo greeting. The man ignored him, plodding steadily down the asphalt. As he moved past the police car and back into the glare of the headlights Chee saw he had something bulky stuck under his belt in the back of his trousers. It looked like the butt of a pistol. Chee unsnapped his own pistol, took it out of its holster, and laid it on the seat beside him. He touched the siren button, producing a sudden howling. The grayhaired man seemed not to hear it. Chee picked up the mike, raised Ship Rock, gave his location. I have a male, about five feet eight inches tall, elderly, gray-haired, walking down the westbound lane away from the Nez site. He has what appears to be a pistol stuck under his belt and what appears to be a whiskey bottle in his right hand and is acting in a peculiar manner. Peculiar manner, the dispatcher said. I think heʼs drunk, Chee said. He acts like he doesnʼt hear me or see me. Subject is drunk, the dispatcher said. Maybe, Chee said. I will apprehend him now. Which might be easier said than done, he thought. He pulled the patrol car past the walker and spun it around so its lights shone directly into the manʼs face. He got out with his pistol in his hand. He felt dizzy. Everything was vague. Hold it right there, Chee said. The walker stopped. He looked intently at Chee, as if trying to bring him into focus. Then he sighed and sat on the pavement. He screwed the cap off the bottle, and took a long, gurgling drink. He looked at Chee again and said: Baa yanisin, shiyaazh. You are ashamed? Chee repeated. His voice choked. Ashamed! With his good hand he reached over the walkerʼs shoulder, jerked the pistol out of the manʼs belt. He sniffed the muzzle of the barrel and smelled burned powder. He checked the cylinders. All six contained cartridges, but three of the cartridges were empty. They had been fired. He jammed the pistol under his belt, snatched the bottle out of the walkerʼs hand, and hurled it into the sagebrush beside the road. Dirty coyote, Chee said in Navajo. Get up. His voice was fierce. exercices résumé de cours contrôles Tony HILLERMAN, Coyote Waits, corrigés 3 Lieux et formes de pouvoir 14AN2GEPO1 2/ _sujetsBac_2014.indd 25 20/08/ :28

26 TEXT Native Americans of the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation near Whiteclay, Nebraska, have filed a $500-million lawsuit against beer manufacturers for the devastation that alcohol has wreaked on their community for decades. The Oglala Sioux Tribe said the extraordinary sum they are asking for would be used to pay for health care, social services and child rehabilitation. As in many other Native American communities in the U.S. and Canada, alcohol abuse has destroyed the lives of many in the reservation. For example, one-fourth of the tribeʼs children suffer from fetal disorders related to their parentsʼ alcoholism. The illegal sale and trade in alcohol in Whiteclay is open, notorious and well documented by news reports, legislative hearings, movies, public protests and law enforcement activities, the lawsuit stated. Not only have the plaintiffs targeted the largest beer-makers in the world including Anheuser-Busch InBev Worldwide, SAB Miller, Molson Coors Brewing, MillerCoors, and Pabst Brewing, but the lawsuit also named four beer sellers in the town of Whiteclay as defendants. Alcohol is banned on the reservation, a 2-million acre property just over the border in South Dakota that is home to about 40,000 people. According to the suit, the four stores sold almost 5-million cans of beer in 2010, in a town with a population of only fourteen souls. The suit, filed on Thursday in federal court in Lincoln, Neb., alleged that the defendants knowingly turned the tiny town of Whiteclay, into a major hub of alcohol smuggling to the reservation. The lawsuit says Whiteclay has a population of fewer than 12 people and no publicly accessible place to lawfully consume alcohol. Yet each day, the four retailers in town sell more than 13,000 cans of beer. You cannot sell 4.9 million cans of beer and wash your hands like Pontius Pilate, said the tribeʼs attorney, Tom White. Palash GHOSH, Native Americans: The Tragedy of Alcoholism, Analysis, February 11, (IBT Media Inc.) 26 Sujets du bac 2014 corrigés 14AN2GEPO1 3/ _sujetsBac_2014.indd 26 20/08/ :28

27 NOTE IMPORTANTE AUX CANDIDATS: Les candidats traiteront tous les exercices sur la copie qui leur sera fournie et veilleront à : - respecter lʼordre des questions et reporter la numérotation sur la copie (numéro de lʼexercice et, le cas échéant, la lettre repère ; ex. : 1a, 1b, etc.) - composer des phrases complètes à chaque fois quʼil leur est demandé de rédiger. En lʼabsence dʼindication, les candidats répondront en 20 mots environ à la question posée. - faire précéder les citations éventuellement demandées du numéro de ligne dans le texte. COMPREHENSION Les candidat(e)s des séries ES et S traiteront les pages 4/7 et 5/7 uniquement résumé de cours 1. Text What is the nature of the document? 1.2. Where and when does the scene take place? 1.3. List the characters appearing in the extract. What languages do they speak in the extract? 1.4. What do you learn about Cheeʼs occupation? exercices 1.5. Identify the other protagonist in terms of gender, age, and ethnicity List the four elements that made Chee decide to call the dispatcher What is the explanation for the protagonistʼs peculiar manner (lines 13, 14) What two elements later confirm this hypothesis? 1.9. What is Chee thinking about when he checks the manʼs gun? contrôles 2. Text 2 : 2.1. What type of document is this? 2.2. Who do the Native Americans of Pine Ridge Indian Reservation blame for the tragedy of alcoholism? Give two answers What have they decided to do about it? 2.4. Using the following words from the text, explain what the lawsuit is about: federal court (line 20) plaintiffs (line 12) defendants (line15) illegal (line 9) corrigés 2.5. What are they hoping to gain? How do they intend to use it? 14AN2GEPO1 4/7 3 Lieux et formes de pouvoir _sujetsBac_2014.indd 27 20/08/ :28

28 EXPRESSION Les candidat(e)s des séries ES et S LV2 traiteront le sujet en 250 mots (+/- 10%) Choisir lʼun des deux sujets : A Would you agree with Tom Whiteʼs assessment that You cannot sell 4.9 million cans of beer and pretend you are not responsible. (text 2, line 26). You can use arguments from the documents to develop your answer. OU B You have joined one of the groups supporting the lawsuit. You write an open letter in the local newspaper to gain more support for the campaign. 14AN2GEPO1 5/7 28 Sujets du bac 2014 corrigés _sujetsBac_2014.indd 28 20/08/ :28

29 COMPREHENSION Les candidat(e)s de la série L et L-LVA traiteront les pages 6/7 et 7/7 1. Text What is the nature of the document? 1.2. Where and when does the scene take place? 1.3. List the characters appearing in the extract. What languages do they speak in the extract? résumé de cours 1.4. What do you learn about Cheeʼs occupation? 1.5. Identify the other protagonist in terms of gender, age, and ethnicity List the four elements that made Chee decide to call the dispatcher What is the explanation for the protagonistʼs peculiar manner (lines 13, 14) What two elements later confirm this hypothesis? exercices 1.9. What is Chee thinking about when he checks the manʼs gun? 2. Text 2 : 2.1. What type of document is this? 2.2. Who do the Native Americans of Pine Ridge Indian Reservation blame for the tragedy of alcoholism? Give two answers What have they decided to do about it? contrôles 2.4. Using the following words from the text, explain what the lawsuit is about: federal court (line 20) plaintiffs (line 12) defendants (line15) illegal (line 9) 2.5. What are they hoping to gain? How do they intend to use it? 2.6. In what ways does text 1 illustrate the devastation referred to in text 2 (line 2)? Seul(e)s les candidat(e)s de L- LVA traiteront les questions 2.7 et 2.8. corrigés 2.7. You are ashamed? Chee repeated. His voice choked. Ashamed! (line 27). What do these words tell us about Cheeʼs feelings? 2.8. How can you explain his reaction? 3 Lieux et formes de pouvoir 14AN2GEPO1 6/ _sujetsBac_2014.indd 29 20/08/ :28

30 EXPRESSION Les candidat(e)s de la série L-LV2 traiteront le sujet en 250 mots (+/- 10%) Les candidat(e)s de LVA traiteront le sujet en 350 mots (+/- 10%) Choisir lʼun des deux sujets : A Would you agree with Tom Whiteʼs assessment that You cannot sell 4.9 million cans of beer and pretend you are not responsible. (text 2, line 26). You can use arguments from the documents to develop your answer. OU B You have joined one of the groups supporting the lawsuit. You write an open letter in the local newspaper to gain more support for the campaign. 14AN2GEPO1 7/7 30 Sujets du bac 2014 corrigés _sujetsBac_2014.indd 30 20/08/ :28

31 Corrigé du sujet 3 Comprehension Candidat(e)s des séries ES et S 1. Text This document is an excerpt of a novel written by Tony Hillerman and published in The scene takes place in the street at night in the United States (not far from an Indian site, line 12 Nez site ). 1.3.The first character is called Chee and the second one is an unidentified man referred to as the walker. Chee speaks English and they both speak Navajo (line 2 and line 26) 1.4. We learn that Chee is a sheriff. Indeed, he speaks and acts as a police officer from line 7 to line 9. He gives his position and calls the dispatcher (line 10 ). He then adds line 18: I will apprehend him now which confirms his occupation The other protagonist seems to be an old man, line 10: ( ) about five feet eight inches tall, elderly, gray-haired ( ) He is certainly a Native American as he speaks Navajo to Chee First, the man doesn t answer his Navajo greeting and acts as if he hadn t heard anything, second Chee sees what appears to be a gun : line 5:...something bulky stuck under his belt What s more, even when he puts the siren on, the man does not react and eventually, the sheriff sees a bottle of whiskey (indicating that he is probably drunk.) 1.7. It appears that the man is drunk and thus doesn t behave normally The first element is the fact that he tries to adjust his sight to look at Chee like an intoxicated person, line 23 ( ) as if trying to bring him into focus. The second one is that he takes a long sip out of the bottle again, line 24 and 25 while sitting on the pavement He probably thinks that the man has used his gun to commit a violent, illegal action. That s why he checks the gun and becomes a bit nervous at the end of the extract, line 33 His voice was fierce. 2. Text This document is an article written by Palash Ghosh published in Not only do they blame the beer manufacturers in the world but also four beer sellers in their own town. They accuse them of/reproach them for being responsible for the tragedy of alcoholism among their people. (from line 10 to line 15) 2.3. They have decided to file a lawsuit against them in order to get reparation for all the diseases and the social problems brought about by alcohol among the Native American population. (from line 1 to line 3) corrigés contrôles exercices résumé de cours 3 Lieux et formes de pouvoir _sujetsBac_2014.indd 31 20/08/ :28

32 2.4. The lawsuit filed by a group of Native Americans is denouncing the illegal selling of alcohol on their reservation where alcohol is normally banned. The plaintiffs bring the beer manufacturers to federal court because they want the defendants to stop harming the Native American population They demand a huge sum of money from the defendants in order to curb the rampant alcoholism. (from line 4 to line 5) This money would help the people touched by serious health and social problems among the Native American population in this part of the United States. (from line 6 to line 8) Comprehension Candidat(e)s de la série L et L-LVA 1. Text This document is an excerpt of a novel written by Tony Hillerman and published in The scene takes place in the street at night in the United States (not far from an Indian site, line 12 Nez site ) The first character is called Chee and the second one is an unidentified man referred to as the walker. Chee speaks English and they both speak Navajo (line 2 and line 26) 1.4. We learn that Chee is a sheriff. Indeed, he speaks and acts as a police officer from line 7 to line 9. He gives his position and calls the dispatcher (line 10). He then adds line 18: I will apprehend him now which confirms his occupation The other protagonist seems to be an old man, line 10: ( ) about five feet eight inches tall, elderly, gray-haired ( ) He is certainly a Native American as he speaks Navajo to Chee First, the man doesn t answer his Navajo greeting and acts as if he hadn t heard anything, second Chee sees what appears to be a gun : line 5:...something bulky stuck under his belt What s more, even when he puts the siren on, the man does not react and eventually, the sheriff sees a bottle of whiskey (indicating that he is probably drunk.) 1.7. It appears that the man is drunk and thus doesn t behave normally The first element is the fact that he tries to adjust his sight to look at Chee like an intoxicated person, line 23 ( ) as if trying to bring him into focus. The second one is that he takes a long sip out of the bottle again, line 24 and 25 while sitting on the pavement He probably thinks that the man has used his gun to commit a violent, illegal action. That s why he checks the gun and becomes a bit nervous at the end of the extract, line 33 His voice was fierce. 2. Text This document is an article written by Palash Ghosh published in Not only do they blame the beer manufacturers in the world but also four beer sellers in their own town. They accuse them of/reproach them for being 32 Sujets du bac 2014 corrigés _sujetsBac_2014.indd 32 20/08/ :28

33 responsible for the tragedy of alcoholism among their people. (from line 10 to line 15) 2.3. They have decided to file a lawsuit against them in order to get reparation for all the diseases and the social problems brought about by alcohol among the Native American population. (from line 1 to line 3) 2.4. The lawsuit filed by a group of Native Americans is denouncing the illegal selling of alcohol in their reservation where alcohol is normally banned. The plaintiffs bring the beer manufacturers to federal court because they want the defendants to stop harming the Native American population They demand a huge sum of money from the defendants in order to curb the rampant alcoholism. (from line 4 to line 5) This money would help the people touched by serious health and social problems among the Native American population in this part of the United States. (from line 6 to line 8) 2.6. The attitude of the unidentified Native American in text 1 is the illustration of the devastation referred to in text 2 because the old man is drunk, armed and apparently does not know where he is or what he has done; he is totally disorientated and drunk. Furthermore, the sheriff s anger echoes the concern and discontent that triggered the lawsuit in text It is obvious that Chee is outraged by the old man s drunkenness. These repeated words show his concern and anger towards the intoxicated old man. It seems that for him if the old man was so ashamed, he would not be drinking at all! 2.8. Two facts can account for his anger. The first one is his direct contact, as a sheriff, with the consequences of alcohol abuse among the Native American population: he certainly sees all the damage caused by alcohol on people s health and on their families. The second fact is his being a member of the community: he can but only be upset by the harm brought about by alcohol among his people and he might feel powerless. Expression A. Under many circumstances the share of responsibility of big companies concerning health- related matters has been denounced all over the world (like the firm Coca- cola and the water crisis in India). The alcohol problem among the Native American population near Whiteclay falls under this type of burning issues. So, to what extent are the beer manufacturers responsible? There is no denying that the responsibility of the beer sellers in Whiteclay is at stake here. It would be outrageous to pretend that they do not know where the alcohol goes. Indeed, the small number of people living in the town leaves no doubt about the direction taken by the alcohol once it is bought! The Indian reservation is the only place where smuggling can thrive! Moreover, they know that alcohol is banned on the reservation and they are certainly aware of the long history of alcohol issues among the Native American population in the whole country. As responsible companies, they corrigés contrôles exercices résumé de cours 3 Lieux et formes de pouvoir _sujetsBac_2014.indd 33 20/08/ :28

34 should be more concerned about the sanitary dangers that strike the Native American population. However, we know that the only important thing for them is undoubtedly to make as much money as they can no matter what happens to the people who become dependent and sick as well as socially deprived. Can we really imagine that they do not know anything about the huge traffic that takes place on the reservation? They probably ignore it on purpose and because of that they must be held responsible for the problems linked to alcohol abuse on the reservation. 252 words. B. A LETTER TO RESPONSIBLE CITIZENS I have recently decided to become part of the Pine Ridge Indian Group. Why? Above all because I feel concerned. I feel deeply concerned about the rampant alcohol abuse among the Native American community: we should all be worried about it. No one can ignore the plea of the Native American people not only in our state but also in the entire country! More and more people are sick in the Pine Ridge reservation; many families are destroyed because of parents being too dependent on alcohol: they no longer care about having a decent life because of their addiction to alcohol! Most of the time, they do not have a proper job if not at all! You want to accuse them and pretend that it is only their fault: they should not drink.yes, of course, you are right! People are sufficiently warned against the dangers of alcohol abuse but what about the alcohol dealers? What about the huge profits made on the backs of people s health? The damage caused by this illegal sale of alcohol is incommensurable and we cannot be blind to what is happening here! No, it is not fatality! We can help as long as we realize that it concerns everyone and not only the Native American community. Can you believe that the beer manufacturers in Whiteclay sell more than 13,000 cans of beer a day! This would be normal if we were in a big city but we are talking about Whiteclay, where the population does not even reach 20 inhabitants Come on you big corporations! You know where the alcohol is going, don t you? Just take your responsibility like we, citizens of this country, do. The $500-million lawsuit in the federal court is legitimate and should be given a chance. To achieve this, we need more support so that our voices can be heard! Mind you, it is not as if this alcohol smuggling was not known! You will find many articles written lately by the local press about appalling events linked to this alcohol traffic which sometimes lead to people dying. That s why you must join now! 351 words. 34 Sujets du bac 2014 corrigés _sujetsBac_2014.indd 34 20/08/ :28

35 4 L idée de progrès Sujet 4 BACCALAURÉAT TECHNOLOGIQUE résumé de cours SESSION 2014 ANGLAIS VENDREDI 20 JUIN 2014 exercices LANGUE VIVANTE 1 Séries STI2D, STD2A, STL, ST2S : 2 heures coefficient 2 Série STMG : 2 heures coefficient 3 contrôles L'usage des dictionnaires et des calculatrices électroniques est interdit. Dès que ce sujet vous est remis, assurez-vous qu'il est complet. Ce sujet comporte 5 pages numérotées de 1/5 à 5/5. Répartition des points Compréhension de l écrit 10 points Expression écrite 10 points corrigés 4 L idée de progrès 35 14ANTEV1ME1 Page : 1/ _sujetsBac_2014.indd 35 20/08/ :28

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